Supporting your child
The most important thing is to make time to listen to your child and have conversations with your child about everyday things such as a visit to the supermarket or a walk to the park. During these conversations point out what you see, hear, smell and touch using all your senses. Get your child to join in and this will help build their art of conversation and vocabulary. Play games such as I spy on your travels too!
Reading is key to all learning and pupils who read regularly make better progress. Make time to read daily with your child. Use the reading book your child brings home from school. Also, ask your child questions about what they have read such as “How do you think Cinderella felt when she couldn't’t go to the ball? How do we know this?Please support your child with any homework that they bring home. Make sure they have time and space to complete it. Check that they understand the instructions.
Look at the after school clubs provided by the school and see if your child would benefit from attending. They are another great way to learn and support your child.
Make sure your child has their PE kit, reading book and homework on the required days.
On school days ensure your child has plenty of sleep by going to bed early so they are ready for a full days learning.
Enjoy quality time with your child by giving them your full attention!